Find your Behavioural Type to Understand Yourself and Others Better (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) | Robin Hills | Skillshare

Find your Behavioural Type to Understand Yourself and Others Better (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)

Robin Hills, Emotional Intelligence coach and facilitator

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9 Lessons (35m)
    • 1. Understanding behavioural preferences and behavioural type

      1:51
    • 2. Behavioural Preferences Objectives

      1:24
    • 3. Behavioural Preferences

      5:08
    • 4. Extraverson and Introversion

      5:04
    • 5. Sensing and Intuition

      4:46
    • 6. Thinking and Feeling

      4:35
    • 7. Judging and Perceiving

      4:29
    • 8. Working with Type

      5:59
    • 9. Behavioural Preferences Review

      1:49
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5 of 5 students recommend this class
I've done some work in the past with the Myers-Briggs assessment. It can be quite interesting and helpful for some of us. Robin provides an excellent overview and is a wonderful guide.
Robin Hills

Emotional Intelligence coach and facilitator